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Local AM seeks answers on M4 speed Limit

David Rees, Assembly Member for Aberavon, this week met with Welsh Government officials from the Transport department to discuss the decision to make the 50mph a permanent speed limit between junctions 41 and 42 along the M4.   Officials indicated that the temporary order for the 50mph was approaching a renewal date in the early

PDG Access and the purchasing of school uniform

Following my request that greater support regarding buying new school uniforms be provided for those pupils moving from Cymmer Afan Comprehensive School to Ysgol Cwm Brombil in September, the local authority have confirmed that they will be providing additional funding to the school to help families with school uniform under similar criteria as used for

Initial Response to the Home to School Travel Policy 2020 Consultation

School Transport Consultation June 2019 JM DR   Following the publication of the consultation document from Neath Port Talbot Council regarding the future of schools transport across the county borough I have submitted the attached letter, jointly with Jeremy Miles AM for Neath, to highlight our initial concerns. I will be submitting a more detailed

Local AM Welcomes decision to extend the NHS Wales Bursary Scheme.

Aberavon Assembly Member, David Rees, has welcomed the Welsh Labour Government’s announcement that the NHS Wales scheme will remain in place.    The decision will help individuals electing to study an eligible healthcare-related programme in Wales commencing in the academic year 2020/2021.   While the bursary – for eligible student nurses, midwives and allied health